Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare are holding their official charity shop opening celebrations
They take place on Thursday 2nd December at 3:30pm. They would be delighted for shoppers and supporters to join them on this momentous occasion.
The local animal charity based in Ringmer have been rehabilitating, rehoming and providing sanctuary to thousands of animals for almost 70 years. They are thrilled to be opening their first high-street shop in the neighbouring town of Lewes.
As well as supporters, staff, volunteers and trustees. Raystede’s guests will also include: The High Sheriff of East Sussex, Miles Jenner DL, Mayor of Lewes, Cllr Stephen Catlin,Maria Caulfield, MP for Lewes
The charity shop is run by a small number of employees and a large group of volunteers who are very much looking forward to showing guests around the shop.
The shop stocks clothes and accessories, furniture, toys, books, CDs, DVDs, bric-a-brac and lots more. It is dog-friendly and offers plenty of Christmas gifts, pet goods to choose from, including cosy dog and cat beds, collars and leads plus treats and toys. There are plenty of wonderful Christmas gifts to choose from.
The opening celebration is coinciding with late night shopping in Lewes, it’s the perfect excuse to grab a Christmas bargain and have some cake!
Address: Raystede Centre For Animal Welfare Charity Shop, 3 Eastgate Wharf (behind Waitrose) Lewes BN7 2LP
The Head Of Marketing Janet Parsons will be on air with us talking to Paddy Range at 1130 on the morning of the 2nd!